National Galleries of Scotland The delicate landscapes of Victoria Crowe
Over the last 35 years Victoria Crowe has established herself as one of Scotland’s leading painters - an artist whose work is instantly recognisable. While the full range of her painting covers landscape, still lifes, portraits, self-portraits and interiors, much of her work defies such precise categorisation.
Her recent work includes Another Time, Another Place, which comprises 12 paintings that inspired 12 poems by Christine De Luca which are brought together to form a beautiful conversation between an artist and a poet. These paintings represent a return to work in her studio in West Linton, where Crowe has found full expression of her life force, after battling serious illness which forced her to put her practice on pause. The result is a contemplative group of paintings, examining the idea of finding the profound outside your window. Scarf printed by Beckford Silk available in NGS online shop www.nationalgalleries.org/shop/fashion-and-jewellery/scarves/blue-snow-and-fiery-trees-victoria-c...... See MoreSee Less
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